Jamaica is home to several world-class golf courses, including the Caribbean's oldest. Most are located in and around resort centers, making them easy to find and convenient as a half-day excursion. Jamaica golf courses range in difficulty, but finding one to suit every level of player ability shouldn't be too hard given the island's selection of links. Among Jamaica's best courses, golfers will find Caymanas in Kingston, and the Half Moon Golf Club, Ironshore, the Tryall Golf Club, and the Wyndham Rose Hall Resort in the Montego Bay area. All are 18-hole courses, but for a more leisurely 9-hole outing try the Grand Lido Braco Golf Club near Discovery Bay on the north shore, or the Manchester Club inland in Mandeville.
In Jamaica, golf green fees range in price from moderate ($30-$60 U.S.) to fairly expensive ($100-$200 U.S.). In addition, caddies are mandatory at most courses across the island, tacking an average of $5-$15 on to the cost. Golf carts are available at most courses. Also to keep in mind - many of Jamaica golf courses are located on and affiliated with specific resorts; if you are not a guest there, you may be required to be an extra non-guest fee to play.
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